Skip to comments.Brett Favre Has A New, Rugged Look
Posted on 03/04/2014 8:30:35 PM PST by Extremely Extreme Extremist
Every so often, it seems, we get an update about Brett Favre.
Either he's coaching a high school team to the state championship or he's saying he sees a lot of himself in Johnny Manziel. Or perhaps he has just been secretly preparing himself to attend a lumberjack convention.
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John Madden is screaming like a teeny-bopper right about now.
The veins on his arms are unbelievable.
He is starting to look like Harrison Ford.
I was at Southern Miss when he was the QB. I have never seen anyone who could throw the ball as hard as he could.
Bears are totally in right now.
In his playing days with the Packers, he actually broke the fingers of receivers with the ball.
You got that right. I watched him at scrimmage at the Hudson in GB. The ball hissed as it went by. The problem was that he didnt have the control that Rodgers has unless he took something off the throw. And Rodgers ball is fast, tight, and accurate.
I once saw him throw a ball from the most awkward position one could imagine and he put so much velocity on it that the tight end around 60 yards away simply could not handle it.
I absolutely loved watching Brett Favre play the game. I know his wife, Deanna, quite well and she is a wonderful lady.
he’ll be able to throw a unabomb now
would that make him the uni-bomber?
Add him as a spokesman for the Brawny package.
He was good at what he did on the football field, but he is as dumb as a fencepost.
He can be in one of those Dr. Pepper ads.
Maybe Favre can become the next Dan Haggerty
I don’t see the beard or the arms. I see a man that sent a picture of his penis to a woman that was not his wife. In my life that is called a pervert.
Which one is frve?
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